Taking place on the 2nd and 3rd March 2020,  these inspirational free concerts are performed by young people, for young people, providing first-hand experience of live music-making in a fun and engaging environment.

What happens at a Primary Prom?

Once you've taken your seats among the hundreds and sometimes thousands of other children, teachers, and parents, our presenter will guide you through the concert, giving you information about the groups performing, the music they're playing and also the instruments they're using. (There may even be opportunities for you to join in!)

Your job? Get excited, get involved, and most importantly, have fun!

In partnership with Lincolnshire Music Education Hub, the concert will feature a wide array of musical genres and styles. Your pupils will take part in activities which contribute towards an Arts Award Discover. Find out more including how to get your certificates at artsaward.org.uk/mfyprimaryprom.

Where?

Lincolnshire Music Education Hub have teamed up with Lincoln's New Theatre Royal to provide a most exciting and intimate venue; Lincoln's oldest theatre and recently renovated. LMEH were last at this venue for BBC Children in Need's Big Sing in 2018.

Don't miss the opportunity for your primary-aged children to be inspired by music at these fun and engaging free concerts! Presenting dynamic, vibrant and eclectic performances by talented young musicians, these concerts aim to inspire and motivate the next generation of music-makers.

How?

To request your free audience tickets and for more information, please visit mfy.org.uk/lincolnprimaryprom. Tickets are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so please ensure you send in your request before the deadline. There are two proms on each of the two days: 11am and 1:30pm and so please make sure you request tickets for the right concert!


Transport: A 50% transport subsidy is also available on a first come first served basis via Lincolnshire Music Service direct: musicservice@lincolnshire.gov.uk